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"When you can hold one for a while, you start to realise how different everything looks. A handstand is a physical meditation."
Here's the glue to making an exercise habit stick it may be just the glue we need.
Save time, money, the planet and have some fun along the way.
Your grandma's gloves. The cute letter from your kid. Framing your treasures makes them art.
Kitten in Timaru survives being put in bin, emptied in rubbish truck and regurgitated at the dump.
Will 'post-profession' children become the new normal?
Australian model Jessica Hart starts a new campaign to embrace the "hidden characters" of women.
Superstitious? You'll want to get rid of the cactus and the rocking chair.
"Mum has won her battle, but others are still fighting. I hope people support me in my efforts."
Flung from a racehorse, she broke her neck. But at 19, she's not ready to accept life in a wheelchair yet.
She's 70 with cancer, and her husband has had 7 strokes. So she's taken on two jobs to pay their bills.
Scott Watkins loves his wife Johanna. But the only way he can keep her safe is to never go near her.
For lovers of old planes, the Vintage Aviator collection is the pinnacle.
We report on the latest decor trends, direct from Maison et Objet
Bad weather, Trump mania and January blues are enough to send you running to this private paradise.
Would you want to live in a hole in the ground? This reservoir conversion will set you back $1.54 million.
Not naturally tidy? Here's how to get that clutter under control.
Make like a duck and embrace the wet weather.
Six-year-old Lia said she wanted a fairy tree in her room. 18 months later, her father delivered.
Maggie was starving when these Kiwis adopted her in Mexico. But it will take six months and $24k for them to bring her home to NZ.
It once took people on a 1200km journey across Japan, now the sleeping cars are being used as bunk beds.
Take a look at the first lady's style evolution from bling and bandage dresses to sleek and chic.
Life's too short to eat bad food according to Te Aroha's X-ING Cafe and Takeaways owner Lyn Madoc.
From Instagram, a gallery of envy-inducing bathrooms
Diets are ineffective long-term, but some experts are focusing on a new method to maintain a healthy weight.
Back to books - first a gym and a pool, and now a library is the latest luxury apartment amenity.
If you're feeling like a change, check out our favourite looks from Instagram.
OPINION: In 1975 it was all about the tan, and I took to this tanning business like a lizard to a hot patch of rock.
OPINION: Why is there no regulation for public playgrounds to be fenced off?
Don't worry if you see a nurse instead of a doctor, there are some things they actually do better.